VIDEO: Lance Armstrong Gets Smoked At Finish Line, Finishes 7th At Ironman 70.3 Texas

Lance Armstrong may not be participating in any more Tour de France races, but he's still keeping very active. On Sunday, Armstrong participated in a half Ironman (1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run) race in Texas and finished in seventh place. Actually, he was set to finish in sixth place and was just about to cross the finish line when he was sniped by a sprinting Jordan James. See the hilarious ownage after the jump.

Poor guy. All he wanted to do was finish sixth and look at what happened. He was so miffed that he breezed right past an adorable little girl (his daughter) waiting to hand him his medal for finishing. She took it remarkably in stride, though. That's how much Lance Armstrong cares about competition, everyone. He'll give his own daughter the cold shoulder if someone one-ups him.

You can see all of the results and analysis of the event courtesy of our own Ryan Hudson of Stride Nation. Find the full rundown by clicking here.

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